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    Community Clinical Oncology Program (CCOP) Community Clinical Oncology Program (CCOP) Presentation Transcript

    • Community Clinical Oncology Program (CCOP) CCOP RFA Minority Based CCOP RFA Lori Minasian, MD Chief, Community Oncology and Prevention Trials Research Group, DCP, NCI, NIH, DHHS
        • CCOP Network:
        • Goal is to access to state of the art cancer care by linking community hospitals & physicians to NCI designated Cooperative Groups & Centers.
        • Purpose is to accrue patients and at risk people to NCI approved treatment and cancer control clinical trials (prevention, symptom management, etc)
      Community Clinical Oncology Program
      • FY 2009 Funded CCOP Grants
      • 47 CCOPS (28 States)
      • 14 MB-CCOPS (11 States & Puerto Rico)
      • 12 Research Bases
      • 3,405 Participating Physicians
        • 2,190 Physicians Accrue Trial Participants
        • 1,215 Physicians Refer Trial Participants
      • 395 Participating Hospitals
      Community Clinical Oncology Program
    • June 2009
    • Community Clinical Oncology Program
      • Impact on Cancer Research Since 1983
        • 235,528 Patients on NCI Clinical Trials
        • 139,275 Patients on Treatment Trials
        • 96,253 Patients/Those at Risk for Cancer on Prevention and Control Trials
      Community Clinical Oncology Program
      • Previous Evaluations:
        • 1984 Initial Evaluation: Could they accrue? Quality of Care
        • 1988 Follow Up: Quality of Data, Cancer Control
        • 1991 MB-CCOP: Increase Minority Accrual
        • 2003 CCOP Follow Up
        • 2005 MB-CCOP Follow Up
        • 2007 R01 Diffusion/Dissemination
        • 2009 R01 Supplement for Business Case
        • Successful Infrastructure to Bring the Science to the Community
      Evaluation History
        • CCOP & MB-CCOP Programs Successfully Met and Exceeded Their Major Goals
        • Knowledge Gained from CCOP & MB-CCOP Investigators is Disseminated Throughout the Medical Community & Integrated into Practice
        • Demonstrated Capacity to Engage CCOP & MB-CCOP in Cancer Prevention & Control Research and Enhancing the Clinical Trial Infrastructure
        • Uniquely Positive Impact on NCI Mission of Training, Collaboration, Community Involvement, & Translating Research Results
      External Review Panel Evaluation
        • Strategic Planning Process
          • Align the Infrastructure & Incentives with Changing Nature of Clinical Trials
          • Include Physicians, Administrators from CCOPs, MB-CCOPs and Research Base Investigators & External Experts
          • Develop Short & Long-term Goals
      Community Clinical Oncology Program External Review Panel Recommendations
        • Strategic Planning Process
        • Relationship with Other Programs:
          • Efforts to Engage Other PBRNs
            • HMO Network
            • Dental PBRNs & ONJ Study
        • Minority Populations :
          • Eligibility Criteria for MB-CCOPs
      Community Clinical Oncology Program External Review Panel Recommendations
        • Expand Program Goals to Improve Efficiency, Productivity, & Collaboration in Design & Conduct of Clinical Trials
          • Community Physicians Sit on All Disease Steering Committees & Operational Efficiency Working Group
          • Symptom Management QOL Steering Committee
          • Recognize Unique Needs to Expand Program Goals
      Community Clinical Oncology Program External Review Panel Recommendations
    • Community Clinical Oncology Program External Review Panel Recommendations
        • Metrics Beyond Accrual
          • Accrual AND Data Quality Primary Metric of Performance
          • Consider Other Metrics to Include
            • Patients Screened for Complex Studies
            • Collection of Biospecimens in Conjunction with Studies
            • Operational Efficiency Metrics